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Bonnaroo 2011: The Ten-Mile Odyssey and Orwellian Undertones Are Still Worth It

This year, I was excited to see both Sleigh Bells and Band of Skulls, but many others had the same idea, since both performances were relatively packed, considering they were both tent shows on Thursday. Neither band disappointed, whether it was explosive sounds and lights from Sleigh Bells or the bluesy cords of Band of Skulls. I had gone into the festival predicting that Band of Skulls will make the same type of jump in exposure as Mumford & Sons had during the previous year…

20 Jun 2011 | 1 comment | More

Karen Elson – ‘The Ghost Who Walks’

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Before Karen Elson became one of the most photographed women on the planet, wife to an influential rock star, and mother, she was a pale, gawky bird in Manchester, England, tormented by her classmates. Hence the name of the album, recalling one of the nicknames she was fitted with long ago.

26 May 2010 | 1 comment | More

Karen Elson Announces North American Tour in June

Model and singer-songwriter Karen Elson has just announced a brief run of North American tour dates, kicking off June 8 in San Francisco. The trek is in support of her upcoming debut album, The Ghost Who Walks, out May 25th, via Third Man/XL Recordings.

6 May 2010 | More

Karen Elson Confirms Album Details

Though it’s difficult to write a news item about her without mentioning “supermodel” and “Jack White’s wife,” the stunningly beautiful Karen Elson is set to release her debut album, The Ghost Who Walks on May 25th, via Third Man/XL Recordings.

22 Mar 2010 | More

The Citizens Band Returns to New York With a “Debt Rattle”

Critically acclaimed socio-political performance troupe The Citizens Band has announced a three-night stand at the Henry Street Settlement for its new (and eighth) revue, “The Debt Rattle” beginning Thursday, October 22nd.

5 Oct 2009 | More

The White Stripes, Irving Plaza, NYC, 06.19.07 : Sentimentalist Magazine Review

By now you should have read the full transcripts of Jack White’s Jack-be-nimble eerily deadpan between-song banter on blogs like …Read the Rest

19 Jun 2007 | More